THIS IS A LIE "They make anime character's eyes big & skin white cuz THEY WANT TO BE WHITE"

7. april. 2021
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  • This is a good chance for us to realize, that the world doesnt revolve around the west. To make everything happening anywhere about white supremacy is to erase other cultures. Rather than telling japanese why they draw their characters to resemble a white person, why dont we listen to what they have to say? See what they think.

    Aba & PreachAba & Preach10 dager siden
    • @sanshuri not really.. ppl often think "the grass is greener on the otherside" since asians mainly have black hair they are more drawn to bright colourful hair as it stands out. Not to mention that what aba said about making characters distinguishable. Altered hair style n colour makes them instantly recognisable.

      shadowbreed29shadowbreed296 dager siden
    • @chico Japan has been colonized by the US since the dropping of the 2 atomic bombs. They have internalized white supr3macy.

      Unkie EbertoUnkie Eberto8 dager siden
    • Crying, "White Supremacy," is just another way of elevating ones self above others. The very cry is by the most oppressive "white" people in the world. Go figure.

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    • Most people in the world can see characteristics of people from all kinds of origins and are free to say so while we are called racist for doing the same thing here in America. Sad times.

      Amen And AmenAmen And Amen8 dager siden
    • "White" is merely a skin tone, just as black, olive, yellow, brown, light brown, dark brown, and every variation of those colors are. People are so focused on the color of the skin while ranting about racism which makes them double minded and sick. All people, regardless of skin color, have a history and a story to tell whether from Japan, Peru, Brazil, USA, or anywhere. (I know white skinned Brazilians and Cubans, OH MY!) To be limited to skin color is taking away a person's whole existence. It's juvenile and plain brainless to hold people hostage to the color of their skin.

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  • Bullshit nobody believes that, it is a marketing ploy nothing else and the characters don't represent any race . Only somebody who is uncomfortable in their own skin would make a video like this.

    Paul ZPaul Z20 minutter siden
  • it IS based on white people though... the creator of the first japanese cartoons copied and emulated what he saw in early american cartoons from mickey to betty boop. especially betty boop. the take away for early japanese animators is that extreme exaggeration in character designs actually worked. for american cartoons it absolutely was about exaggerated white caricatures, as they did the same exact thing with black cartoon caricatures to wich it is now of course called "racist". for japanese... no, it wasnt about trying to "be white" thats just something left wing nuts and nervous black folk asserted. for asians anime is just more of the same exagerated cartoon designs and there is nothing about them that would make them disassociate themselves from those designs. again...that assertion of trying to be white came from white liberals and the black folk they got angry. but there is a racial component...absolutely. asians still see themselves. you will notice that NO ONE in that video thought any of those anime characters were black.

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  • I lived in Japan for over 14 years and I tell you what they have told me. A lot of Japanese, not all but a lot , do not like being Asian. This sometimes reflects into their art.

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  • The 335 people who downvoted this eye-opening video, are guilty of blind arrogance and self-assured hubris. Who will be the utter death of cultural understanding. The world does not revolve around you, little virtuous despots. Let that sink in. When will young folks learn that there is nothing virtuous about living in a delusion. Convincing no one else of their twisted insanity, save only themselves living in their house of mirrors.

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  • I know some people tend to forget this but a lot of asians have white skin. Crazy I know but its true!

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  • I think this keeps coming up because of the industry dedicated to eradicating dark skin. It is a fact that this industry is still booming across Asia. Also I have heard Asians (Vietnamese and Chinese thus far specifically) complain about how they've seen Asian people essentially buy into white supremacy even lowering themselves in the presence of white people even in their own respective countries. Taking these facts into account you can see how the question arises. They still are invested in the eradication of dark skin. It's just a fact. Also it would appear that they are fairly obtuse to the impact of this practice on Asian people and also the historical significance outside of their countries. For example, despite the fact that K and J pops are essentially derivative 90's R&B they are completely ignorant to black issues such as the effects of black face. every once in a while, you hear a story of a K or J pop kid like genuinely surprised that people are mad that they did black face (like how these white kids in the US do it like even halloween cuz apparently people want to act like history doesn't matter) for fun.

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  • Damn good video. Cultural relativism is something we learned about a lot in the military. I also love anime. It's a fantastic medium for story telling.

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  • notice how Japanese never refer to themselves as "" i mean maybe i'm wrong but i never seen a group of Japanese youths standing around saying "MY whats up?" never really hear any race use the derogatory terms to describe themselves why do you think that is?

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  • The majority of Japanese characters is drawn as European, they won't admit it but, it's a known fact.

    Isiah Herald of TMHIsiah Herald of TMH10 timer siden
  • "She Japanese" "Why? " "She slender" Eeeh our women are fat?

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  • To me, if I'm watching an Anime with English dubbing on, I tend to think they are American, and it helps that the dialog is usually changed to reflect that. If I watch a show with subtitles and Japanese audio, I tend to think they are Japanese. More often than not, I try not to think about it too much, as it takes me out of the story, trying to comprehend the differences in Japanese culture vs. American culture. Just the fact that anyone can watch an Anime and be able to identify with the characters regardless of their nationality is a testament to the storytelling that Japan has developed over it's history.

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  • First off being an anime enthusiast..i DEFINITELY dont see white when i see anime characters.. i see JAPANESE characters PERIOD

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  • Everyone other than woke whites and blm know that anime characters are Japanese. Actually even the woke whites know that but they like to create drama. And blm complains about everything endlessly. Even if the creators mean a character to be white, we assume it's japanese. No drama needed. Woke whites are so needy, they crave attention, and need constant validation of their virtuousness. Pathetic.

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  • Thanks you for so concisely highlighting that the West dominates social media and imposes their view and perception of what content means. Although I would go further, especially with a lot of the content that you guys review and replace 'the west' with 'America'. Calm down, learn to listen, don't erase other people's culture. Words to live by 👍🏻

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  • Art immitates life, if the Japanese feel they must have white characters, that is their self construct, if you are black let's make our own animae.

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  • as part japanese, it’s a cultural thing. they see attractiveness as pale skin more pronounced noses and the least amount of visible imperfections you can look at the old makeup women used to have when they were completely white

    Henri HopgoodHenri Hopgood21 time siden
  • I atcually asked a asian who had a eyelid surgery to look more western..... it is 10000% true that asians are soo in love with white people every asian i work with is looking for a rich white man preferably to marry....not joking!!!!

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  • Woah woah woah I watch a lot of anime and they will tell you their characters are American. They go out of their way to make depictions of white historical figures, as well as downing blacks . Example: darkskin characters with white hair are Indian not black . Why you think Goku go SSJ and it turned him blonde and blue eyes ?? , why you think naruto has that same build . There aren’t people that match that phenotype there even in the past. Especially if we are speaking on ninjas . I could go on but America does big business with them and characters inspire generations. ... yet a Chinese character went blonde and blue haha yeah right

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  • I hate it when people talk about women's looks on a video that is totally unrelated to looks... because it seems so sexist towards women... but I have to break this rule this one time to say... ARE YALL GONNA ACT LIKE YALL DIDNT SEE THAT CUTE BLACK/ASIAN GIRL AT 4:37 ?

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  • Anime characters are predominantly Asian, not white. So I agree. As a white person, I never felt those characters were about me, or represented me racially. In fact, it seemed funny how the _villains_ were traditionally blonde or looked more like white ppl (just because they were different, not bc the "white man" was the "enemy" or anything like that). But yeah, the good guys or the main characters, def asian.

    Diana B.Diana B.Dag siden
  • Great video, but I think I can help shed some more light on this subject as someone who is of mixed (white and Japanese) heritage. I grew up hearing the accusations and did a lot of research into the subject myself and I found out that it’s a lot more simple than that. Modern anime (and manga by extension) has derived from two very distinct sources and the most prominent of the two is Walt Disney’s early animations such as Snow White. Osamu Tezuka, commonly known as the God of Manga, was a huge Disney fan and realized that Disney’s animation style was time saving and cost saving. It was simple but very beautiful. Disney’s work is personified by larger rounder eyes, disproportionate body styles, predominantly white characters, which is still true today. And Tezuka borrowed this style for himself and in turn inspired modern manga and anime generations later. The second media that’s inspired manga is Ukiyo-e art from the 19th century. Japanese people are consistently drawn with extremely white skin, especially women. And colorful scenery. Japans obsession with white skin has little to do with white people themselves. There are documents predating anyone in Japan having contact whit people espousing the beauty of white skin, and many Japanese people are fair skinned. Even today you will find women that walk outside with umbrellas even though it’s not raining to prevent getting darker, and Geisha still dawn the white makeup. The reason many Japanese people see themselves in anime characters despite the clearly whiter coloring is that it’s not uncommon to meet pale skinned Japanese people and they will identify themselves as Japanese and not “white.” And I think that’s important to remember

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  • This anime complaint from the woke mob about animals is because anime still teaches moral value. Which is anti woke mob

    Jayson WalkerJayson WalkerDag siden
  • "Do you Russians are smart?" "Yes" Finally something positive for my Russian relatives!

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  • Ask any child (under 7), they will look at you like you are nuts. The cartoon/anime characters are just people! They don't learn prejudices until an adult teaches them. That being said, children are also the most vicious creatures when they start asserting dominance on their surroundings. Anything new/different usually gets the full force of that. This comes from fear of the unknown. therefor white people make anime characters white, Asians make anime characters Asian ... you get the picture.

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  • I always looked at the names

    Allen LeanhartAllen LeanhartDag siden
  • Ah yes Mr.Popo....

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  • Even fuckin TERRA FORMARS has a couple black guys..if you make the shoe fit you can find something offensive in anything Nani n Reach

    yunowhoknowsIknowWeknow you know?yunowhoknowsIknowWeknow you know?Dag siden
  • The art that comes from japan after they are taught self hate from anglos is very different from pre-colonial art from their region. And to say that the concept of whyt centering ( ie brainwashing) Has no part in the art is just patently wrong and deprived of all context

    Max PowerMax PowerDag siden
  • I hate it when some who watches lots of anime thinks they got a grasp of Japanese people and culture even those that have been to Japan still do but not realising they went to the tourist areas or places of their favorite anime then come home and think they can lecture you about it.

    Wasteland CustomsWasteland CustomsDag siden
  • I’ve heard that the inspiration for the big eyed skinny manga look came from Twiggy. Also, many characters in manga/anime are white/European. And there’s nothing wrong with that. For example Fullmetal Alchemist. It’s a parallel universe of Germany. And it only had a few Asian characters in it.

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  • Ве ар смарт

    Buck1800Buck1800Dag siden
  • If its set in Japan they are Japanese if its set in England they are English, set in China they will be Chinese etc etc etc. Pretty easy to see, just look at their name and just the general architecture/setting of the story. For example Isekai stories are usually European inspired setting.

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  • This is the mistake that you guys have made by not doing enough research. You talk to ignorant people on the street who subconsciously don’t even know as oppose to talking to anime historians. The truth is that when the anime industry started in Japan it tried to emulate the only animation available at the time which was Disney. The look of anime characters were directly influenced by traditional Disney animation. Big eyes and all. So to a degree it was influenced by the American way of drawing people even if they are dressed in Asian garb. Look at the boondocks characters. No one would say they are Asian yet the animation characters are directly anime influenced which actually originated in America anyway. (Btw I lived in Tokyo for 8 years...) no offense but to people who have actually studied this subject you guys sound exactly like the people you are criticizing. You may need to follow your own advise young fellows😉

    joseph glennjoseph glenn2 dager siden
  • Me: so thier white people ? My friends who watch alot of anime: you sound F***ING stupid no !

    Derrick JohnsonDerrick Johnson2 dager siden
  • Even jesus

    urembo mileleurembo milele2 dager siden
  • I have never thought about the race of anime characters. No living race of humans look like anime characters.

    Arko SenArko Sen2 dager siden
  • I´ve heard that one thing that may add to the confusion is the fact that historically tanned skin has been associated with manual labour in the sun, this is true in Asia as in many other regions. There are many beauty products (e.g. snailwhite) with that theme in Asia, which you do not find in Europe nowdays, but they had it a long time ago (in the 1700th rich people in the west was literary putting on white makeup and avoided the sun to an unhealthy extent). For example, the phrase redneck being a poor person working in the sun. Later, tanned skin got a new meaning of health and a sign that the person could afford to travel.

    Erik SundErik Sund2 dager siden
  • Well what do you know people the 1st Japanese girl in the 1st part of the video is white coloured skin omg let's run to the hills lol people are idiots i swear 😂

  • if you think the japanese don't have eyes that look like anime you never heard of the ainu

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  • All except Escanor..:)

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  • I’m so happy someone said it!!

    Lee HoonLee Hoon2 dager siden
  • This ignorance is far more insidious. Amelie Wan Zhao submitted to claims her very first published novel was racist. Because she used her cultures history of "exploited labor" and "trafficking of people" in Asia as part of her story. She pulled her novels publication to change her story. Americans did this to her. Because only one group has ever suffered from exploitation according to "progressives" Edit: I had to change the wording heavily because NOworld was blocking this post.

    DirusDirus2 dager siden
  • Honestly though, amine characters look more like white people, without mental gymnastics. Why does it have to be framed as your not the center of universe?

    Oddi PylorisOddi Pyloris2 dager siden
  • Liberals "They should draw them with slanted eyes" That's fucking racists dude, it's art, not photo-realism.

    DaKusshDaKussh2 dager siden
  • I remember that when Brock left the team in the Pokemon anime for a while was because the people producing the anime thought that it would he was a racist depiction of a black person, but later they found out it was just them being paranoid and soon they brought him back along with his jelly donuts

    James SicardJames Sicard2 dager siden
  • Damn that anime pic is strong😬

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  • White characters sell better than ethnic characters because the image has been placed everywhere for years globally.If you don’t think the Japanese know that????How many Japanese characters have round eyes that are the protagonist vs characters that have thinner eye shapes?

    darkgray1darkgray12 dager siden
  • Loved this. “It reminds you are NOT the center of the universe”

    paris Diamondparis Diamond2 dager siden
  • AOT is based off an Island off the side of Germany so it makes sense that most of the characters are white, so it also has to do with where it is based

    Shadow 2782Shadow 27822 dager siden
  • Damn I never thought of Mr. Popo as being black until I saw this video. We'll at least he didn't die of in the beginning of the show like some of these 1980's to early 2000s movies used to be, Mr. Popo died the least out the Dragon Ball Z characters. I used to think that Piccolo and Pinion was black with green skin lol.

    Shannon PollardShannon Pollard2 dager siden
  • I never saw certain anime characters as certain race just based on skin colors those are fiction worlds ofc in real world based stories you are aware of their race nationality and etc also they always mention when character has different ethnicity + when they introduce white characters they often have an accent

    Jfarmer's watermelonღJfarmer's watermelonღ2 dager siden
  • Trying a Russian accent turned Aba into Borat immediatly.

    The CharismaThe Charisma2 dager siden
  • I want to know who said this. I wanna slap the shit outta them.

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  • The worst takes I've ever seen two human beings have.

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  • 5:12 correction : the west dominates English social media (and french/Spanish/German etc...) If you've ever been on Arabic social medias (or any other eastern language social media) you won't see typically western opinions.

    Me NeitherMe Neither2 dager siden
  • I don't get it is there color not white because they're Asian I don't see yellow on their skin

    Alberto CastroAlberto Castro2 dager siden
  • The question still remains. Why are these characters a lot more like european looking instead of asian looking.

    BlackwingsssBlackwingsss2 dager siden
  • The west doesn't dominate social media. They are the loud child that's screaming in the corner

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  • Personally I think the Japanese think that they're white people as most of these hair colors are present in European mainly as high lights. Nothing wrong with that as it just indicates that Japanese are more emotionally mature as they don't discriminate between the races only between assholes and not assholes.

    sebastian stewartsebastian stewart2 dager siden
  • Russian are smart, first nuclear power plant was Russian oh and the first rocket, the AK series.

    sebastian stewartsebastian stewart2 dager siden
  • Oh wait are they saying Japanese or ainu? Since both live in Japan but one is the aboriginal people which most Japanese are connected to, it just the nobles discriminated against them.

    sebastian stewartsebastian stewart2 dager siden
  • language definitely affects the different ways of thinking. someone who grew up speaking japanese is going to have different patterns of thinking from someone who speaks farsi. as a lingua franca, there is even differences in the ways all the differences english speakers think, whether its a first or second language. the way european spanish is different from american spanish, west coast english is different from even hawaiian pidgen.

    HalscionHalscion2 dager siden
  • Go look a jojo for white people funny as hell but love it

    Train HarderTrain Harder2 dager siden
  • i like to see representation, sometimes its annoying, but it is what it is

    George OrwellGeorge Orwell2 dager siden
  • I asked a Japanese friend of mine when we were in high school - he said they make them look white because “we think white people are cool the way white people think black people are cool”. I don’t know if he was fucking with me or not, but yeah that was his answer.

    JD BerneJD Berne2 dager siden
  • wait, they have consent is france lmao?

    Prof.HateradeProf.Haterade2 dager siden
  • I found the commentary on how serene and calm the scenery in one of the images was made them feel like the girl was Japanese or Chinese. It just goes to show that as a culture, they very clearly look at things differently than we do. Nobody I know would ever look at the background of an image and draw a conclusion as to the ethnicity of a character over looking at the character itself (Short of like, a giant US flag waving or something obviously).

    Benjamin LocksBenjamin Locks2 dager siden
  • I always assumed the anime characters are Japanese until its pointed out that the character is not Japanese

    shaunthegoatshaunthegoat3 dager siden
  • I like amine because it not American. The eye are that way because if Disney. At one time Japan wanted to create something to compete with Disney and use big eyes to simulate Disney. There was a video on this year ago. I mean decades ago here.

    Eric EyermanEric Eyerman3 dager siden
  • That russian thing cracked me up

    Nikita TimashevNikita Timashev3 dager siden
  • Some white people think this because they feel entitled and think they rule the world. No need to sugarcoat it.

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  • I get the point that these guys are trying to make, but I still think that the anime creators have internalized a preference for fair skin that you see in so many countries around the world. Darker skin is equated with people working outside in the fields, while fairer skin is equated with those who are rich and don't have to work at all. Do a google image search of "Anime" and see how many dark skined faces you see. Just because Japanese people see themselves in these characters, doesn't main that the preference for fairer skin isn't a factor. An unconscious bias may still be present. Just my 2 cents.

    KalelSlagKalelSlag3 dager siden
  • Whole time the big eyes was because of Disney lol

    MsLitaMsLita3 dager siden
  • Lol that first comment “how he’s skinny” take that America It just makes sense that characters end up being the nationality they were created in. Don’t people get mad anyway when other races are drawn with the features that they’re known for? Like the majority of dark skinned anime characters i never think that they’re black, maybe just a tan Japanese person. Those exist lol. Yoruichi or halibel from bleach. Scar from fma.

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  • id have to say, for someone to say that if a person doesnt have squinty eyes then they are not asian is just about the most ignorant and stupid thing ive heard. there are really idiots out there who expect all asians too look like they sucked on lemons? People here are really stupid in the way they think and are extremely ignorant here about anything outside of the US as if the US is the only country and the only culture that exists. People here love to talk about things and fight over things that they have failed to grab a book on or learn anything about and that's why people from other countries look down on us. We have the greatest technology but absolutely the worst citizens. I dont understand how anyone takes pride in this country when they know this and expect that we are supposed to be leading the world. It's way past time people here grew up and got their shit together, all of this is so old.

    Bigsandwich1Bigsandwich13 dager siden
  • Also the hair is a hint to the personality to roles for many animes. Red are fiery Tempter, Blue are calm, collective, intellect, Blonde is lead character or foreigner. Pink are those who are Naive/child like. Brown more of the reliable friend, Black down to earth, White more of how unreal, magical they.

    PanMarlonPanMarlon3 dager siden
  • You see this all the time on Reddit . Someone asked why n**ga and n**ro were offensive since they were words derived from the Spanish word for black . Everyone jumped his comments till we started reminding everyone , NOT EVERYONE IS FROM AMERICA and they all have their own experiences and rules on offense. When I explained why it's offensive IN AMERICA he understood and appreciated the answer

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  • Popo not black. Dbz is full of taking animals, aliens different beings. He's not supposed to b African American. Just so u no

    Adam MarinosAdam Marinos3 dager siden
  • I don't think Mr. Popo is supposed to be black. He doesn't look human and he wears arabic clothing, he's supposed to be a djinn. The first image on the wiki page of jinn/djinn shows them depicted as black as well.

    gnihtongnihton3 dager siden
  • Team 4 star Mr. Popo(dragon ball z) is the greatest character in the entire world. If you haven't watched the series i highly recommend it.

    James HobbsJames Hobbs3 dager siden
  • So there is no hair dye in Japan? Ppl tripping

    B-me C-HIMB-me C-HIM3 dager siden
  • On the hair color topic. Students are forced to have black hair in high school. Teachers even suspend them if they have brown hair or off black hair. Its a really oppressive system. Anime rebels against that concept, and allows high school students to live through those characters. Also, cheaper to differentiate characters like it was mentioned in this video.

    EdamamemeEdamameme3 dager siden
  • Their eyes are large because managa designed and influenced by Walt Disney from the 40's

    Polaris WallsPolaris Walls3 dager siden
  • The only time you see white characters in anime is when the voice actor speaks bad english or they fake a foreigner trying to speak broken Japanese. Lol

    EdamamemeEdamameme3 dager siden
  • It is just an art style that has different influences depending on the artist and the context of the series.

    Crazy ManwichCrazy Manwich3 dager siden
  • So glad you made this video. This was very insightful.

    Polaris WallsPolaris Walls3 dager siden
  • Excellent video

    Kaz GamingKaz Gaming3 dager siden
  • lol mr popo isnt human. hes a djinn. there are a handful of black people in dragon ball and they look fairly accurate.

    Ryan KreniskyRyan Krenisky3 dager siden
  • 'I have seen that in manga. I have seen that in uhhh....' we know what you meant preach😏

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  • Many westerners are cultural imperialists and use social justice as a lame excuse to attack non-western cultures. I know this is widely accepted at least in the US

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  • facts 99 said japanese. Like people stop be self sentric. We are smaller than we think. Bilions people out there.

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  • Them : we don't give a fuck.

    mystery artist101mystery artist1013 dager siden
  • I agree with your video also you need to understand the japanese culture,they are very shy and in my opinion they don't have a lot of contact with black people and maybe they are scared to make a mistake that will be criticized as racism,they draw asian people mostly because they have a lot of contact with them and they understand them

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  • The artist for death note makes a really good comparison for this. Despite making Light Japanese he considered him to look more western than the rest of the cast bar L.

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  • 1. Yes, they are Japanese. 2. Technically, they are not Japanese. They are fantasy characters. 3. Asians are obsessed with fair skin. Only asian women use umbrellas to stay light skin. If you are dark and you go to a happy ending massage in Japan they might not let you in. A friend from Philippines told me, even in school they teach you that if you are light skin you will be in the front dealer with customers (receptionist or whatever). 4. Only Japanese people think those characters look japanese. Maybe it's more of a they know they are japanese rather than they look japanese. 5. Asians hate asian features, like their eyes. Ok maybe not hate, but they prefer round eyes. Hey maybe I'm wrong. 6. I'm not white or japanese or american. I'm neutral on this. Those characters look white wash at the very least. They do not look Japanese. Watch Saint Seiya on Netflix, and tell me they look Japanese.

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  • TBH I always thought most anime characters look racially ambiguous but there are a lot that definitely do look more Caucasian. A lot do have blond and red hair but I'm sure Asian people dye their hair too.

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  • You do realize that anime was originally made in Japan where they skin is white riiiiiight

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  • AnImE iS rAcIsT cAnCeL iT lEfTy bRaIn

    Dr TobseDr Tobse4 dager siden
  • Kudos. Anime/Manga is just the ultimate media. Great content, different perspectives on the same subject. Western foods eaten by hand; fries (thick cut chips), chicken nuggets, burgers, pizza, sandwiches, burrito, tacos, chips (crisps), nachos, chocolates & sweets, ice cream in cones etc.

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